The Emirates announces jobs after training in aircraft maintenance engineering

The Emirates Group has announced that high school graduates from member countries are eligible to participate in a training program to obtain an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License (AMEL) that will enable them to work in the Emirates Group’s aircraft maintenance departments.

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The Emirates Aviation Group confirmed that applicants will have the opportunity to train with Emirates Airlines to become certified aircraft engineers from the largest airline in terms of international passenger traffic.
The Emirates Group indicated that students interested in aviation or engineering, or who enjoy modifying tools and repairing machinery and equipment, are prime candidates to work at the Emirates Group. The Emirates Airline Maintenance Engineering Scholarship Program, which was launched in 1989, helped integrate local Emiratis into the company’s global engineering department While providing them with extensive training in the form of intensive courses, more than 800 Emirati nationals have completed the program so far and continue to work as aircraft engineers and skilled managers in Emirates’ technical facilities.

Duration of the Emirates Group Aeronautical Engineering Training Program:

The Emirates Group fully funds this program, which extends for five and a half years and is divided into two periods during which participants receive intensive academic and practical education. Trainees initially receive a scholarship that turns into wages and benefits later. Diplomas are awarded by the Emirates Aviation University and the Emirates Engineering Training College, which are recognized by the Emirates Group. Knowledge and Human Development Authority for successful completers of the program. Candidates participate in on-the-job training on board Emirates Airbus A380 and Boeing 777 wide-body aircraft, and in the process gain invaluable experience in the field of aviation maintenance. Young Emiratis obtain technical and personal skills through the program, which is Supervised by experienced Emirates trainers to maximize an individual’s potential in the workplace and achieve the highest levels of success. Since Emirates operates the largest fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft in the world, the airline’s maintenance facility, known as Emirates Engineering, is widely considered to be one of the most modern facilities. In addition, the facility provides fleet support to another 30 tankers through contracted maintenance services. Finally, all Emirates Engineering employees have the necessary training and experience to effectively supervise and direct the company's maintenance, engineering, quality, planning, and logistics operations.

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